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post #61 of 4567
This will perhaps demonstrate just how different I am than most of you: My purchase yesterday! Its the Wahl HomePro® 14-Piece Styling Kit Features: * High-carbon steel blades are precision ground to stay sharp longer * Hair clipper for great looking haircuts * Fine tooth trimmer for trimming close of sideburns, around the ears and neckline Kit Includes: * Single-cut clipper * Performance clipper * Blade guard for clipper * Blade guard for trimmer * Oil * Cleaning brush * Scissors * Durable storage case * English/Spanish instructions * 2 year limited warranty Six guide combs: * 1/8" (3mm) * 1/4" (6mm) * 3/8" (10mm) * 1/2" (13mm) * Left ear taper * Right ear taper I was so excited I went right home and gave myself a haircut!
post #62 of 4567
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
.... I was so excited I went right home and gave myself a haircut!
instructions in english and spanish.
post #63 of 4567
In a sick sort of way, I wish I still had Pedro's head of hair!
post #64 of 4567
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
This will perhaps demonstrate just how different I am than most of you:

My purchase yesterday!

Its the Wahl HomePro® 14-Piece Styling Kit

Features:

* High-carbon steel blades are precision ground to stay sharp longer
* Hair clipper for great looking haircuts
* Fine tooth trimmer for trimming close of sideburns, around the ears and neckline

Kit Includes:

* Single-cut clipper
* Performance clipper
* Blade guard for clipper
* Blade guard for trimmer
* Oil
* Cleaning brush
* Scissors
* Durable storage case
* English/Spanish instructions
* 2 year limited warranty

Six guide combs:

* 1/8" (3mm)
* 1/4" (6mm)
* 3/8" (10mm)
* 1/2" (13mm)
* Left ear taper
* Right ear taper

I was so excited I went right home and gave myself a haircut!
Dakota - are you balding, or just like the look? Or both?
post #65 of 4567
I am about to buy a Maurice Lacroix Calendrier Retrograde. It is the watch on the opening page of MauriceLacroix.com

This brand has really pulled its socks up and it's Masterpiece line has some of the best under 10k watches out there. There are a number of pieces I want to own from that line.
post #66 of 4567
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Originally Posted by zjpj83
Dakota - are you balding, or just like the look? Or both?
That would be both...I quit paying people to cut my hair when the cost per folicle started to approach $0.01. I just put on the 6mm guide and let 'er rip! Added bonus: really cuts down on prep time in the morning; I don't even own a comb anymore.
post #67 of 4567
just ordered one of these today:



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that would be a Takagi Flash T-K Jr. tankless hot water heater. no more running out of hot water before my shower ends.
post #68 of 4567
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Originally Posted by faustian bargain
instructions in english and spanish.
There's something tragic about that film.
post #69 of 4567
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
There's something tragic about that film.

and yet it ends with a wedding! ironic, eh.

...the characters were real close to home, for me, in spirit at least. which is both nostalgic and depressing. in a funny way.
post #70 of 4567
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Originally Posted by faustian bargain
and yet it ends with a wedding! ironic, eh.

...the characters were real close to home, for me, in spirit at least. which is both nostalgic and depressing. in a funny way.
The enviroment and the vaguely tacky nature of the characters combined with all that '70s thrift stuff was somewhat ineffable like an Eggleston photograph.
post #71 of 4567
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by faustian bargain
just ordered one of these today:



...any guesses?
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that would be a Takagi Flash T-K Jr. tankless hot water heater. no more running out of hot water before my shower ends.

Sweet. 5.8GPM of flow isn't bad. Just don't run your laundry, dishes, and the bathwater at the same time. Or try and run this.

post #72 of 4567
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
There's something tragic about that film.

Someone could probably write a paper discussing, comparing, and contrasting Napoleon Dynamite, Welcome to the Dollhouse, and Elephant. Something about the different ways "outsiders" deal with daily life at school.
post #73 of 4567
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Sweet. 5.8GPM of flow isn't bad. Just don't run your laundry, dishes, and the bathwater at the same time. Or try and run this.


We had one of those in our room shower at the spa we stayed at last year. It was quite intimidating firing the sucker up, made this whooshing noise, started filling the base with water, and then bam. I think it took some skin off my back the first time.
post #74 of 4567
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by visionology
We had one of those in our room shower at the spa we stayed at last year. It was quite intimidating firing the sucker up, made this whooshing noise, started filling the base with water, and then bam. I think it took some skin off my back the first time.

they are "invigorating"
post #75 of 4567
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Originally Posted by Dakota rube
That would be both...I quit paying people to cut my hair when the cost per folicle started to approach $0.01. I just put on the 6mm guide and let 'er rip! Added bonus: really cuts down on prep time in the morning; I don't even own a comb anymore.
Cool - I actually find the closely-cut thinning look to be kind of nice and distinguished looking.
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